1-CD with 20-page booklet, 13 tracks, playing time 39 mns.
Takes Johnny Cash's prison album concept to a new dimension! 'One of the all-time greatest... and most tasteless... LP covers! Incredibly rare first LP by the rockabilly singer who recorded for Sun and Gone Records, and went on to write songs for Jerry Lee Lewis and many others! 'Includes a rare bonus single... the original version of Jerry Lee Lewis' Meat Man.
In the '50s Mack Vickery recorded at Sun Records and then for Gone Records. His first LP in 1970 was an all-time classic, 'Live At The Alabama Women's Prison', now reissued for the first time. It featured one of the greatest sleeve designs of all time and the music was no less impressive: Mack Vickery sang his heart out in front of convicted females starved for music, love and affection. Mack Vickery's record met with plenty of resistance, and the record company soon went bankrupt. (2008/BEAR FAMILY) 14 tracks (39:04) with 20 page booklet.
|Live At The Alabama Women's Prison, plus 1|
|1:||Life Turned Her That Way|
|2:||A Woman Who Walks On The Wild Side|
|3:||Walk A Mile In My Shoes|
|4:||Medley: Hound Dog/Love Me/Crying Time/Still|
|5:||Alabama Women's Prison Blues|
|7:||Games People Play|
|9:||Jesus, Don't Give Up On Me|
|10:||He Got The Whole World|
|11:||Old Time Religion|
|12:||Meat Man (as Atlanta Jones)|
|13:||The Farther I Let Her Go (as Atlanta Jones)|
|14:||Boston's Busiest Peeping Tom (as Atlanta Jone|